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answered Drawing a large set of Graphics3D cylinders provided a set of cylinder specifications in a list
Nov
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comment Partitioning a list of numbers the Mathematica way
This so much memory efficient. Tested BinList with f = Union@RandomInteger[{-10^7, 10^7}, 10^5]; v = Sort@RandomInteger[{-10^8, 10^8}, 10^7]; on a 64GB system and MMA9 aborted. Yours worked fine and took mere 56 sec..+1
Nov
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comment Partitioning a list of numbers the Mathematica way
This is much faster than other methods too! +1
Nov
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answered Partitioning a list of numbers the Mathematica way
Nov
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comment ListPlot3D of a set of points in a non-convex region
@rm-rf For a arbitrary point cloud on an unstructured grid we will have to accept the Interpolation::udeg message too! Interpolationorder will be constrained to one.
Nov
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comment How to draw symmetrical parts of a circle
Probably the most general solution..+1
Nov
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answered How to draw symmetrical parts of a circle
Nov
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revised How to color ParametricPlot3D based on the parameter?
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Nov
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comment Filling in explicit zeros in a (x,y) list for nonexisting y values for discrete Fourier transform in Mathematica
@JasonB I edited my answer to fit the case you mentioned.
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answered Filling in explicit zeros in a (x,y) list for nonexisting y values for discrete Fourier transform in Mathematica
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revised Incorrect numerical derivative of function that uses FindRoot
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answered Incorrect numerical derivative of function that uses FindRoot
Oct
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comment Limit for Matrix expression
To see the limit appearing for random matrices one can try n = 3; Q0= RandomReal[{-100, 100}, {n, n}]; res = NestWhileList[(# + Transpose@Inverse@#)/2 &, Q0, Norm[#1 - #2] > 10^-8 &, 5, 10^4]; limit = Last@res ListAnimate[MatrixPlot[#] & /@ res]